Tea party expressers, move over! Those of us supporting health insurance reform will rally in Washington D.C. on Sunday, September 13 gathering at 12:00 noon in the UPPER SENATE PARK The event is one day after the tea party, so let's show them a great turnout, just as we did to help elect the President. Let your voice be heard clearly for meaningful Health Insurance Reform Now!
Suggested optional accessories:
1) Signs! Make your own!
2) Video camera to document the event
3) Backpack or mini cooler with water and snacks
4) Portable folding chair or blanket
5) Sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, small umbrella
6) Walking map of Capitol area and comfortable walking shoes
While we protest, let's respect our nation's capital by obeying all directives from the U.S. Capitol Police and the D.C. Metro police, and also avoiding the following:
1) Littering or defacing the grounds of the city
2) Bringing contraband or merchandise to sell without a permit
3) Engaging in overly aggressive confrontations with those opposed to our agenda
|Time:||Sunday, September 13 from 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM|
UPPER SENATE PARK, just across Constitution Av. N.W. from the side of the Capitol building (Washington, DC)
200 New Jersey Ave NW
Washington, DC 20001
|Directions:||Groups chartering buses must get a trip permit. Apply online at District of Columbia Department of Motor Vehicles (Google: District of Columbia Department of Motor Vehicles Trip Permit), or through the tmanetwork truck permit service (Google: tmanetwork). Coach USA (Google: Coach USA) is one of many good sources to charter a bus. A list of official bus parking locations is available on the District of Columbia Department of Transportation website (Google: District of Columbia Department of Transportation Bus Parking). Taking taxis or public transportation (buses or trains to Union Station) are also options. If you can get someone to drive you, a good dropping off point would be Union Station, or R.F.K. Stadium and take the Metro to the event.|
|:||Join Organizing for America members across the country in sending their members of Congress back to D.C. with a clear message about health insurance reform: Let's Get It Done!|
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The capacity limit is 2500 attendees.
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